The MRes programmes are currently available for one year full-time study. You will take two compulsory modules and 90 credits of electives spread between Semesters I and II followed by a dissertation of 10,000 words to be completed by the beginning of September following entry.
Full details of the structure, as well as compulsory and example optional modules available on each of our MRes programmes are below (please note, this information is subject to change):
There are three compulsory modules for this programme:
Plus elective modules up to a total of 90 credits of optional modules. Example optional modules are:
Back to the Criminal Justice MRes.
There are three compulsory modules:
View the Human Rights Law Mres programme.
View the Immigration Law MRes programme.
Students taking the MRes in International Economic Law will sit 3 compulsory modules totalling 90 credits:
View the International Economic Law MRes.
View the Public International Law MRes programme.